1) Barking Dogs
3) Nee Nee
6) To Parter
7) Psychedelic Jam
8) Sweat Loaf
10) Gary Floyd
5) Lou Reed
track 1: Sony D5(m)>AN(3)>CD2>Cooledit Pro 2.0>eac>.wav>CD3>flac (level 8)
remaining tracks: SBD(m)>PCM> CD2>Cooledit Pro 2.0>eac>.wav>CD3>flac (level 8)
Ok, here is the fabulous upgrade, provided by hoytblotten of the 11/22/88 show. It is from the soundboard master, with a few digital gens, but no analog gens at all. It required an extra EAC to splice a third gen Audience recording of Barking Dogs to have the complete performance, but no gen loss in EAC...this is punk rock, not YES....
The splice was done pretty flawlessly, but it is impossible to make a third gen audience sound like a soundboard master. "Barking Dogs" actually stops before track two begins, so no fading or any other effects were added. At that stop, starts track 2 (SBD)
That being said, this version is nicer than the last, especially the warmer bass sound. On the higher gen, turning the bass up meant turning up the bass drum, with no real warmth added, just a big ol' thud. This one is very sweet...let us all praise hoyt...
For all info on this, and all other known Butthole Surfers prefomances, go to:
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October 8, 2011 Subject:
I don't feel I'm qualified to rate this,
as they don't really play the kind of punk I listen to (I'm more the Bad Brains, Black Flag, Suicidal Tendencies type). But this band is definitely hot, no question about it. Their work with the delay effect could be more interesting, at least to my ear. The guitar is very Hendrix-like, interestingly enough.
August 23, 2008 Subject:
Somebody needs to write a book about these fukcers.
March 31, 2007 Subject:
September 29, 2006 Subject:
Exellent... Just exellent.
April 8, 2006 Subject:
can you redo the barking dogs track as it seems to not want to download
April 8, 2006 Subject:
can you redo the barking dogs track as it seems to not wnat to download
March 13, 2006 Subject:
Melt your brain
The buttholes in all their psychotic glory... the sound is good for a show from this era. Reminds me of the first time I saw them, in 1990. They opened with Blindman and the place went bezerk. Thanks so much for this show, and for adding Barking Dogs!